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After more than 18 months of receiving online education, children returned to in-person classes Monday under special protocols to avoid the spread of COVID-19.
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Eighteen students and one academic have been released after a Turkish court dismissed charges against them for organising a 2019 pride march.
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A group of hooded youths backed by the extreme right-wing political group targeted a rival gathering at a school in Thessaloniki.
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Eco-conscious students are protecting their future by refusing to fly
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German police officers saved from burning car by passing students
German police said four students walking home from their school graduation ceremony in the early hours Friday helped rescue two police officers from a burning patrol car in Bochum.
Body of missing US student found in Russian woodland
A man in his 40s has been arrested on suspicion of murdering the 34-year-old former marine, who moved to the country in 2019.
France pledges free counselling for students during COVID pandemic
French President Emmanuel Macron has promised free psychological counselling for children and students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
These Romania students can now pay their tuition with cryptocurrency
Teaming up with a local start-up, the Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu will become the first university in Romania to offer students the chance to pay in cryptos.
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Why these surfers in Australia are learning about Indigenous culture
Students surfers are being taught about the rich history of their local surf breaks.
Youtube videos of students studying in bid to end effects of isolation
This trend has caught students from all countries seeking company as they work through the health crisis alone.
COVID-19 in France: Student meals for just one euro in Paris
A restaurant in Paris is offering students a meal at knockdown prices to help them cope during the pandemic.
Students rally against coup at Myanmar campus
Students came out to demand that soldiers return to their barracks, release the country's detained leaders, including Aung San Suu Kyi, and restore democracy.
Students in Bolivia's high plateaus are now wearing protective suits
They are coming to school for the start of the 2021 school year as protected as possible from COVID-19.
French teachers strike in Paris over government's response to COVID-19
Teachers complain of working conditions, low pay, and a bungled pandemic response.
'Lonely and worried': French students on COVID's mental health toll
One student poll in France found 72% had suffered recent psychological distress and more than a third had had depressive symptoms.
Emmanuel Macron promises students one euro lockdown meals
Students whose mental health is suffering from prolonged isolation from classes and friends will also be offered "psychologist cheques".
Mural in Mexico honours nurses helping in fight against COVID-19
"It's a beautiful feeling," said one nurse upon seeing the mural in Mexico City, which is over 100 metres long.
Four more students charged over murder of French teacher Samuel Paty
Four more students have been charged in the investigation into the murder of French history teacher Samuel Paty, who was beheaded on October 16 after showing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed to his class.
School students lead third pro-democracy rally in a week in Bangkok
The students defied government threats to crack down on Thailand's pro-democracy protest movement which is demanding sweeping changes to the constitution, including the monarch's rights and privileges.
Hong Kong students chant pro-democracy slogans in rare act of defiance
A new national security law has all but wiped out the mass democracy protests that rocked the city last year and has left swathes of the population too scared to speak out.
England planning Christmas ‘travel window’ for students in December
Mass testing will be carried out across the country's campuses before students travel home for the festive period.
French police targeted by mortar fire in clashes outside high school
Police in France were targeted by mortar fire in front of a high school in Compiègne, where several dozen young men had set fire to rubbish bins, authorities have said.
Students left studying their own four walls after university lockdowns
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